Hotel Mystays Fukuoka Tenjin
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Hotel mystays fukuoka tenjin is close by station, it takes only 4 minute by walk. It was very convenience for business trip, because easy to access to Hakata station and Fukuoka airport.
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Today we said goodbye to our lovely hosts on Yakushima and Made our way back to the ferry port dropping off our little car on the way. The sea was a little choppy on the way back and we could see from the weather report that the temperature had dropped on the mainland in our absence. We took a taxi to the station on arrival and boarded a train to Fukuoka. Back on the shinkansen we were again treated ...
... to withstand a magnitude 7 earthquake, with magnitude 6 already recorded. Thankfully we didn't put that to the test either! the Tower was completed in 1989.
When you are in the lobby, you look up and see the hollow central shaft rising 108 metres, and the elevator rises up through all this tangle of metal.
We had a laugh on the 3rd floor, which is devoted to lovers, with heart-shaped arches and cabinets with roses and petals around the ...
... all other temples in the region, now only a bronze Bonsho bell, which is the oldest one in Japan, and a few Buddhist statues survive. The temple looked rather rundown, but some construction work was being done on the adjoining Ordination Hall, so perhaps it will be revitalised. There were a few Japanese visitors while we were there, but not the crowds attending the Temangu Shrine.
On our way home, we ran into a group of women ...
... evenings bar, we managed a pleasant conversation despite the owners not speaking any English. Bizarrely we told them all about our travels, and what we were hoping to see in Japan. In return they told us all about Koi fish, sumo wrestling and the tsunami.
All this was somehow achieved using sign language, miming, pointing and a pen and paper. It was like playing real life Pictionary - an odd but very enjoyable ...